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Sep 30, 2020

John Stonestreet and Shane Morris tackle a tough question: The Colson Center always talks about a Christian worldview. Given that many theologically liberal churches hold positions we wouldn't call Christian, their worldview is not the same. Wouldn't it be better to call it a "biblical worldview?" But even then, there...


Sep 30, 2020

Each chapter of the sexual revolution has featured an updated version of the same myth: “Don’t worry, the kids will be fine.” Sex with anyone anywhere? The kids will be fine. Separate marriage from procreation? The kids will be fine. No-fault divorce? The kids will be fine. Graphic sex education in schools...


Sep 29, 2020

In a Sane World,” suggests Kathryn Jean Lopez, “America Would Have Just Fallen in Love with the Barrett Family.” After all, Amy Coney Barrett’s scholarly brilliance is recognized by legal minds on both the left and the right. Plus, she’s the mom of seven children, including two that were adopted from...


Sep 28, 2020

Hope for E.T. springs eternal, despite the definitive lack of evidence for his existence. After decades of peering through telescopes, listening with giant radio antennae, and hurling probes to distant worlds, astronomers have yet to find even a hint of life beyond earth.  So, instead of looking for actual evidence of...


Sep 27, 2020

The controversy over the sexualization of young girls in the Netflix-aired film "Cuties," is the latest incarnation of the pervasive myth of the sexual revolution: "The kids will be ok."

No-fault divorce? The kids will be ok. Graphic sex education at a young age? The kids will be ok. Letting kids determine their...